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He studied at the Chicago Art Institute for a summer before enrolling at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, where he majored in psychology.
Hefner earned his bachelor's degree in 1949, the same year he married his first wife, Mildred Williams.
(A documentary on Hefner that focused on his civil rights activism later received a NAACP Image Award nod.) Hostesses, known as Playboy Bunnies for their scanty outfits made up of rabbit ears and puffy tails, staffed these high-end establishments.
The Bunnies often did quite well financially via tips and were directed to keep a certain professional distance from ordinary patrons.
We also put together a very good club.”“Since both 'The New Yorker' and 'Esquire' use men as their symbols, I felt the rabbit would be distinctive, and the notion of a rabbit dressed up in formal evening attire struck me as charming, amusing and right.”In 1953, writer and illustrator Hugh Hefner created the men's adult entertainment magazine 'Playboy,' which played a role in the sexual revolution of the 1960s.
Hefner built his controversial yet groundbreaking magazine into an international enterprise..
However, Hefner never lost sight of the fact that it was pictures of nude women which ultimately sold the magazine.
Work on the publication consumed much of Hefner's life and marriage.
Hefner produced the first edition of out of his South Side home.Hefner decided his magazine would instead cater to the cosmopolitan, intellectual male and feature more overt sexual imagery.In a series of 25 editorial installments presented during the 1960s, Hefner promoted what became known as the "Playboy Philosophy." An evolving manifesto on politics and governance, the philosophy espoused Hefner's fundamental beliefs about free enterprise and the nature of man and woman, calling for what he viewed as reasoned discourse on the truths of human sexuality.While in high school, Hefner became president of the student council and founded a school newspaper—an early sign of his journalistic talents.He also created a comic book entitled Hefner served two years in the U. Army as a noncombatant toward the end of World War II, and was discharged in 1946.